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Segway Ninebot S - £269 @ Segway Store
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Segway Ninebot S - £269 @ Segway Store

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Posted 13th Sep 2019

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Cheapest price ever. Only since they’ve discontinued the Mini Pro.

Thought I’d list if anyone was interested. I’m making do with this since the Pro is gone. But at least it’s nearly £80 cheaper than the Pro was.

The mini Lite is also £179 again.

For those who like to splash out the Kart is £639.
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The Ninebot S is easy to control using the Segway-Ninebot app, learn to ride it within 3 minutes! The Ninebot S reaches a speed up to 16 km/h and has a 22 km range. It's the perfect entry mobility model. With only 3 hours to charge, you can be on the move in no time. Extent the Ninebot S with the Gokart and win the race!

  • Automatic headlight and LED taillights.
  • Speed up to 16km/h
  • Gokart compatible
  • Water resistant due to IP54 rated protection
  • Bluetooth connectivity: Bluetooth remote control , vehicle information, locking your vehicle, firmware upgrades via the Segway-Ninebot app
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Misslovely13/09/2019 22:59

Are you allowed these on motorways?


Yes as long as they are in your boot.
Always have missed being bullied in school so may get one of these to go up and down the local streets to be re-bullied as an adult
The_Name_With_No_Man13/09/2019 22:40

Illegal to use in public places.



Correct, but people in HUGE mobility scooters flying around is fine apparently.

It’s a daft law as most other cities allow you to use a Segway without any issue.
Are you allowed these on motorways?
Edited by: "Misslovely" 13th Sep 2019
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Looks small
jag1827213/09/2019 22:42

electric scooters come under the same category or no?


The government advice in the link is very clear.
How does it compare to the mini pro
Are you allowed these on motorways?
Edited by: "Misslovely" 13th Sep 2019
Was wondering why you could ride a e bike on the road and hers why....they have pedals and just assist you.

"You can ride an electric bike in England, Scotland and Wales if you're 14 or over, as long as it meets certain requirements. These electric bikes are known as 'electrically assisted pedal cycles' ( EAPCs ). You do not need a licence to ride one and it does not need to be registered, taxed or insured.
can these float as well?
I wonder why in many major cities they do Segway tours around the city centres without issue I would presume as they continue year on year.
Misslovely13/09/2019 22:59

Are you allowed these on motorways?


Only in the hard shoulder
Misslovely13/09/2019 22:59

Are you allowed these on motorways?


Yes as long as they are in your boot.
Is this not as good as the Pro version? Why was the pro discontinued?
Whats wrong with walking?
Always have missed being bullied in school so may get one of these to go up and down the local streets to be re-bullied as an adult
Misslovely13/09/2019 22:59

Are you allowed these on motorways?


Yes. Outside lane only and must always have fog lights on at all times.
The_Name_With_No_Man13/09/2019 22:40

Illegal to use in public places.


Sorry that you got arrested. What was the penalty that you were given?

I tend to ignore comments from people that can't be bothered to add an profile pic
Edited by: "ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ" 14th Sep 2019
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 00:33

Sorry that you got arrested. What was the penalty that you were given?


ANYBODY?
mymymy13/09/2019 21:31

Looks small


It’s what you do with it that counts!(skeptical)
The_Name_With_No_Man13/09/2019 22:40

Illegal to use in public places.


Thats the best part who doesn't like to brake rules imagine how boring life would be if you were allowed everything.....
Fast track A & E
The_Name_With_No_Man13/09/2019 22:40

Illegal to use in public places.



Correct, but people in HUGE mobility scooters flying around is fine apparently.

It’s a daft law as most other cities allow you to use a Segway without any issue.
craigbob13/09/2019 23:50

Always have missed being bullied in school so may get one of these to go …Always have missed being bullied in school so may get one of these to go up and down the local streets to be re-bullied as an adult


Wear a nappy whilst riding then you won't get bullied
Edited by: "trex" 15th Sep 2019
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 00:33

Sorry that you got arrested. What was the penalty that you were given?


I have an EAPC, which is allowed under the law, so I don't have to worry. You appear to be one of those who believes that because some people break the law and get away with it, that the law is invalid. There are relatively few people breaking this law at the moment, but as soon as it reaches the point that the newspapers start printing shock/horror stories, the police will "crack down" and your purchase will become expensive clutter. A 22km range will take you up and down your driveway many, many times, before you need to recharge.

ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 00:33

I tend to ignore comments from people that can't be bothered to add an …I tend to ignore comments from people that can't be bothered to add an profile pic


But on this occasion you just couldn't help yourself.
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 00:34

ANYBODY?


This case- link - in the appeal court, refers to a man fined £75 and £250 costs, plus £15 victim charge, for riding a segway on a pavement. The appeal was denied (further costs awarded). The prohibition against riding on a pavement is a separate law from that prohibiting using an unregistered, untaxed, uninsured, motor vehicle on the public roads (also without an operator's licence) for which criminal penalties are available, potentially the same as for using a car or motorcycle without licence, tax or insurance.

This case- link - in the appeal court, refers to a woman prosecuted for using an electric scooter without insurance. The appeal was denied (she claimed that the scooter had been fitted with pedals making it a EAPC, but this was not accepted). The link does not say what the original penalty was, but she was made to pay costs on the failed appeal.
I would just like people to know of their unbelievable diabolical customer services.

My sons broke just before June and i reported it the first week, after weeks upon weeks of frustration. I received it back last Wednesday, only smashed up to bits. A guy from Acer support told me he has a video that shows that is how it turned up to them. Only thing is the Serial Number has changed, case is ongoing. I
Lucifer_UK13/09/2019 23:44

Whats wrong with walking?



Walking, are you insane, you expect physically capable adults to walk to McDonalds for their daily double meal when they can just jump on their escooter and wobble and weave through traffic and people all the way there. lol
The_Name_With_No_Man14/09/2019 09:56

This case- link - in the appeal court, refers to a man fined £75 and £250 c …This case- link - in the appeal court, refers to a man fined £75 and £250 costs, plus £15 victim charge, for riding a segway on a pavement. The appeal was denied (further costs awarded). The prohibition against riding on a pavement is a separate law from that prohibiting using an unregistered, untaxed, uninsured, motor vehicle on the public roads (also without an operator's licence) for which criminal penalties are available, potentially the same as for using a car or motorcycle without licence, tax or insurance.This case- link - in the appeal court, refers to a woman prosecuted for using an electric scooter without insurance. The appeal was denied (she claimed that the scooter had been fitted with pedals making it a EAPC, but this was not accepted). The link does not say what the original penalty was, but she was made to pay costs on the failed appeal.


I'm not exactly sure what the "City Bug" the lady had fitted peddles to in 2000 but on average we are looking at one prosecution every 10 years, I think i'll take my chances, the next one could be in 2021, hopefully not in rural Herefordshire!
The key here is a policeman has to instigate the prosecutions, I haven't seen one for years around here, even if I had I doubt he would want to prioritize his time prosecuting a Segway rider
Edited by: "ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ" 14th Sep 2019
gordcrann14/09/2019 10:30

I would just like people to know of their unbelievable diabolical customer …I would just like people to know of their unbelievable diabolical customer services.My sons broke just before June and i reported it the first week, after weeks upon weeks of frustration. I received it back last Wednesday, only smashed up to bits. A guy from Acer support told me he has a video that shows that is how it turned up to them. Only thing is the Serial Number has changed, case is ongoing. I


Why would you send a segway to Acer?
I didn't but Segway support is the same as Acer Support which is Xiaomi.
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 12:39

I'm not exactly sure what the "City Bug" the lady had fitted peddles to in …I'm not exactly sure what the "City Bug" the lady had fitted peddles to in 2000 but on average we are looking at one prosecution every 10 years, I think i'll take my chances, the next one could be in 2021, hopefully not in rural Herefordshire!The key here is a policeman has to instigate the prosecutions, I haven't seen one for years around here, even if I had I doubt he would want to prioritize his time prosecuting a Segway rider


So you are hoping to get away with breaking the law. Do you also drive your car without tax and insurance? All the police have to do is write a ticket, and they have been doing that in places where escooters have become more prevalent. They can also confiscate the scooter. Not "once in ten years" either ("In April the Met Police's cycle safety team launched a week-long operation to crack down on Londoners using electric scooters, resulting in five prosecutions", "Last year a 15-year-old boy was hit with six penalty points on his future licence - despite not being old enough to drive."- link).

Another link- This man got 6 points on his licence, was fined £180, and had the scooter confiscated for not having insurance, which he pointed out you cannot buy for these as they cannot be registered as a motor vehicle.

Some people will get away with it, just as some burglars do, but it is clearly against the law and you risk the penalties. Anyone buying one of these has to be aware of the legal position.
Edited by: "The_Name_With_No_Man" 14th Sep 2019
Yep, I test the law every day in more than one way.
Edited by: "ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ" 14th Sep 2019
gordcrann14/09/2019 13:17

I didn't but Segway support is the same as Acer Support which is Xiaomi.


Do you mean that xiaomi and acer use the same uk based support centre?
DanielDarko13/09/2019 23:27

Is this not as good as the Pro version? Why was the pro discontinued?


Too many fatalaties
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Always love these threads, brings out the drivers irrationally angry that a bike, scooter or Segway travels faster than them in many cities.

Cite one or two random cases failing to mention the millions of drivers prosecuted each year, and of course the laws like not stopping for amber lights when safe to do so that drivers routinely break.

Get one, use it on the road, use it on the pavement. You have more chance of winning the lottery than getting stopped by plod.
ǝlddɐuǝllɐɟ14/09/2019 13:33

Do you mean that xiaomi and acer use the same uk based support centre?


Yes, All i know is Acer Support has took up my claim and Segway Support has told me they are the same Support group. I'm dealing with a guy called Rishay if that is of any help.
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